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BBC News Changes from April 21

Several changes are expected at BBC News from Monday April 21.

From this date, BBC News 24 is expected to lose its ’24’ and will be housed in N6 with Breakfast and all BBC One bulletins bar the Six O’clock News which will stay in its current home.

New titles and graphics are belived to have been developed and will be used by both national and regional programmes.

BBC World is also expected to rebrand on this date and will move into the studio currently used by BBC News 24 later this year.

Updated: Saturday 12 April 2008
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